August 22, 2017





Saltcoats Tourism

Saltcoats Historical Museum

The Saltcoats Historical Museum is housed in one of the first churches. The building was constructed in 1890 as the Presbyterian Church. The museum is open in the Summer by appointment. (Phone numbers are posted on the door).

Town Bell

The Town Bell was once tolled at 12:00 noon at 6:00pm every day except Sundays from 1911-53. It also signaled town and district fires, 9pm curfew and the end of the two world wars. It is found on Glasgow Avenue in front of the Community Hall.

Saltcoats District Regional Park

Saltcoats Lake (officially called Anderson’s Lake) is a beautiful place to picnic or camp. There is a sandy beach area, and campsites equipped with electrical sites, showers, refuse station, boat launch, playground, and concession. For large gatherings the pavilion is available to rent. ...more

Leflay Trail

The Leflay Trail takes you through typical parkland aspen balsam poplar groves, and at times along the shoreline of the lake. A variety of wildlife populates the area and the trail is accessible from the park.  ....more

Wall Mural

The wall mural is hanging on the west wall of the post office building on the Commercial Street. “I Heard it at the Post Office” celebrates the community communications through the years.

Blue Heron House

The Blue Heron House offers relaxing accommodations in a variety of packages. Enjoy their extensive library, decks, beautiful grounds and gardens.

Prairie Thunder Ranch

We are the home of Saskatchewan’s first Gypsy Vanner Horses. The Gypsy people of the United Kingdom created and still breed these horses to pull there Caravans. We had this rare breed of hose imported from England/Ireland right here to our Ranch located only 8 miles from our home town Saltcoats, Saskatchewan. These horses are sought after all over the world for there incredible docile temperament and amazing beauty. Come and stay at our (Bed & Bale accommodations) here at Prairie Thunder Ranch and experience the magic of these horses! See our website or call 1-306-744-2936 or 1-306-744-7660.

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